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Best MultiValue Database

Highly customized, mission-critical applications have been built on MultiValue database technology, which is sometimes called the fifth NoSQL database technology, for many years now.

The MultiValue database dates back to the mid-1960s, with Don Nelson and Dick Pick widely credited as the founding fathers of the technology. Also referred to as Pick or MultiDimensional, a key advantage of MultiValue, is the database structure’s use of attributes that can have multiple values, rather than one single value as with relational technology.

MultiValue software vendors continue to address emerging challenges and opportunities that are affecting the IT landscape by adding features such as support for 64-bit computing, RESTful services, and new languages, enhanced replication for HA/DR, cloud enablement, mobile access, and integration with other enterprise systems, including relational and other NoSQL database management systems.

MultiValue users are facing growing challenges in the areas of security, big data, and BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) when providing vertical applications to their end user base.

The latest updates from vendors seek to address these growing concerns while also staying ahead of the curve.

Best MultiValue Database

Rocket D3/U2/UniVerse/UniData

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